BUT it's impossible since the health care bill was passed, another hidden bill was passed also. It allowed the government to take control of 98% of the loans.
Do people know they can't file for bankruptcy if it's a government loan? Even if you get your Social Security, the government will still go after you. there's an old saying in prison, Criminals will most likely get away from crime than tax evasion, why? Government money that's why.
Most Helpful Girl
Because everyone knows that a college degree alone doesn't guarantee a job. You'll need more than just a degree. A college degree means very little if you lack on the job experience and expertise. That's why it's important to set up some sort of internship prior to graduation. Also, a lot of campuses offer enrichment oppurtunities, entry level job fairs and training programs. It's important to take advantage of all of that.
However, there are degrees that you're ALMOST guaranteed a job in, such as Nursing. There was a shortage of nurses back in 06 in my area and a lot of young adults were going into nursing programs at many community colleges and pursuing a bachelors later on. The good thing about going into the medical field, is that you know that many people stray away from it because of how challenging the schooling is. Yes, nursing school is VERY tough, BUT the oppurtunities are endless and the salary is great. Nursing is one of those fields where you'd only need a BSN (bacholars in science of Nursing) to make a good 80K around where I live, whereas some degrees you'll need a masters degree to make that much. Really, it's more about being wise about what major you pick. Be prepared if you choose majors in social sciences, because you'd always need to continue your education if you do.1